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scyphus, -i; m

bowl, goblet, cup

2

sopor, soporis; m

deep sleep

3

pulex, pulicis; m

flea

4

perdix, perdicis; c

partridge

5

percipio, percepere, percepi, perceptus

to secure, to gain; to perceive, to learn, to feel

6

bowl, goblet, cup

scyphus, -i; m

7

deep sleep

sopor, soporis; m

8

flea

pulex, pulicis; m

9

partridge

perdix, perdicis; c

10

to secure, to gain; to perceive, to learn, to feel

percipio, percepere, percepi, perceptus

11

pertingo, pertingere, ---, ---

to reach, to get as far as; extend

12

factura, -ae; f

creation, work, deed

13

interitus, interitus; m

ruin, untimely death, destruction

14

perfundo, perfundere, perfudi, perfusus

pour over, to wet, to flood

15

mane (adv)

in the morning, early in the morning

16

to reach, to get as far as; extend

pertingo, pertingere, ---, ---

17

creation, work, deed

factura, -ae; f

18

ruin, untimely death, destruction

interitus, interitus; m

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pour over, to wet, to flood

perfundo, perfundere, perfudi, perfusus

20

in the morning, early in the morning

mane (adv)

21

ultor, ultoris; m

avenger, revenger

22

satago, satagere, sategi, satactus

to bustle about, to fuss, to busy oneself

23

illecebra, -ae; f

allurement, enticement, attraction

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avenger, revenger

ultor, ultoris; m

25

to bustle about, to fuss, to busy oneself

satago, satagere, sategi, satactus

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allurement, enticement, attraction

illecebra, -ae; f

27

condo, condere, condidi, conditus

to put together, to bring together

28

puto, putare, putavi, putatus

Lit: to clean, to cleanse
*Trop: to clear up, to set in order; to arrange, to settle

29

aspernor, aspernari, aspernatus sum (DEP)

to despise, scorn, disdain

30

insidior, insidiari, insidiatus sum

to lay in ambush

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to put together, to bring together

condo, condere, condidi, conditus

32

Lit: to clean, to cleanse
*Trop: to clear up, to set in order; to arrange, to settle

puto, putare, putavi, putatus

33

to despise, scorn, disdain

aspernor, aspernari, aspernatus sum (DEP)

34

to lay in ambush

insidior, insidiari, insidiatus sum

35

retineo, retinere, retinui, retentus

to hold back, to restrain

36

semita, -ae; f

path

37

prodeo, prodire, prodivi, proditus

to go forth, to go out, to proceed

38

pupilla, -ae; f

orphan girl; pupil of the eye

39

adeps, adipis; n

fat, lard, grease

40

concludo, concludere, conclusi, conclusus

to close, to shut up, to imprison; to end

41

prosterno, prosternere, prostravi, prostratus

to strew before
to throw to the ground, to overthrow, to prostrate

42

praeda, -ae; f

loot, spoils, plunder, prey

43

to hold back, to restrain

retineo, retinere, retinui, retentus

44

path

semita, -ae; f

45

to go forth, to go out, to proceed

prodeo, prodire, prodivi, proditus

46

orphan girl; pupil of the eye

pupilla, -ae; f

47

fat, lard, grease

adeps, adipis; n

48

to close, to shut up, to imprison; to end

concludo, concludere, conclusi, conclusus

49

to strew before
to throw to the ground, to overthrow, to prostrate

prosterno, prosternere, prostravi, prostratus

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loot, spoils, plunder, prey

praeda, -ae; f